- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Officials have revoked the child care license of a woman in Omaha following issues over contact with her husband.

The state Department of Health and Human Services said Monday that Michelle Hayes signed two licensing agreements stating her husband, Erron Holley, was not allowed on the premises of her home child care business in Omaha. Holley at the time had a criminal record involving kidnapping and marijuana possession charges.

In August, Hayes reported that Holley physically assaulted her while she was transporting children. He was arrested several days later on a domestic assault charge. Records show Hayes later communicated via phone with Holley, a violation of a protection order filed by Hayes.

The children also reported that Holley had been living at the home and they were fearful of him.

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